NEW SEASON AT THE STOLLER HALL
By Steve Cooke
The new season at the Stoller Hall offers an eclectic programme of high quality Classical, Folk and Jazz.
The Stoller Hall [opposite Victoria Station in the centre of Manchester] has become established as one of Manchester’s world leading music venues .
Following a stellar line up of concerts and artists in the Stoller Hall’s 2022 season, 2023 promises to be just as exciting with a number of high profile musicians and orchestras together with rising stars and THE STOLLER HALL KICKS OFF 2023 WITH BRAND NEW SEASON OF CONCERTS FEATURING AWARD up and coming performers from across all genres of music. From classical and chamber to jazz, folk, and world – plus leading names in the world of comedy and family entertainment – there really is something to suit all tastes and ages this year.
Season Highlights include:
● Manchester Camerata’s Mozart Made in Manchester Concert Series
● Live comedy with multi-award winning comedian and star of “I’m A Celebrity” and “Celebrity Gogglebox” Babatunde Aléshé
● Strictly Come Dancing Lead singer Tommy Blaize with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra
● Eight-Time Grammy winning arranger and former member of Prince and the New Power Generation – jazz trumpeter come singer songwriter Philip Lassiter
● The Sacconi Quartet and Matthew Wadsworth as part of Manchester Chamber Concerts Series
● Fee Free Friday on 25th November where all tickets can be booked without any booking fees
● World Leading musician John Lenehan in concert with rising star violinist Cristian Grajner de Sa
● Up and coming musical performers of the future as part of Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra
For families, the Stoller Hall’s monthly Stoller Hall Story Sounds workshops for pre-schoolers continue for ages 3-5. These musical and interactive sessions are the perfect family friendly introduction to live and classical music for small people and their grown-ups. For slightly older children, Music in the Round Present: Izzy Gizmo – with music and narration performed by Ensemble 360 and Polly Ives. In this musical story session, youngsters will be introduced to 11 musical instruments including strings, horn, piano and even the odd pot, pan and whistle thrown in for good measure!
Fran Healey, General Manager at the Stoller Hall said: “We are delighted to announce the next line up concerts for the first quarter of 2023. With our exciting and eclectic line up of music and comedy, we really hope to show how committed we are to making our venue and our programme as accessible as possible for all.”
Full listings and concert tickets are available from stollerhall.com